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Why SAP recommends using a rate routing in repetitive manufacturing process is because normally during assembly backflush in transaction code MFBF, there is no configuration setting or other control to choose the set of operation (Standard sequence or alternative sequence of operation) which needs to posted for production confirmation.What is user exit in SAP?
LEAVE SCREEN. ENDCASE. ENDCASE. ___________________________________________________ Userexits are places in the SAP standard code that are designed to insert code by the customer. It happens often that some values are set by default by SAP but are not appropriate for the business. In a user exit (or enhancement) you can correct this.What is a rate routing?
A rate routing is a routing for repetitive manufacturing. It enables you to easily reproduce the lean production process. In the rate routing, the production rate per operation is defined (production time according to a base quantity). Set-up time is not usually defined, since no changes to setup are planned.What is the difference between rate routing and setup time?
In the rate routing, the production rate per operation is defined (production time according to a base quantity). Set-up time is not usually defined, since no changes to setup are planned. However, you can also use normal routings.